My brain is blank once again even if I really had some things I wanted to write about today. But I need to do some research to check if I actually know the correct things before I write about them 🙂 I’ll try to do that tomorrow on my blog free day.
The rain has been pouring down big parts of the day but for once the sun broke through the clouds on my way home, usually it the other way around 🙂 We were hit by one shower half way home though but I didn’t mind nor did my dogs or Bertil. The air is chilly though and it feels like we’ll have frost tonight. I think it was this coming night they predict frost all over this country.
Sweden is Europe’s fifth biggest country and it is 1570 km long ( that would be around 975 miles long) but only around 500km ( 311 miles) wide. So the climate varies very much from south to north and during summer they have daylight 24/7 during some months in the far north but no daylight at all during winter. 85% of the population lives in cities and towns and they believe that even more will in the future. Well I won’t complain, more space for me out here 🙂 🙂 🙂
Well I already have lots of space to be honest since we’re only nine million people living here( around 10% of that are first, second or third generation of immigrants. Yes they do statistics on that and as it turned out I’m one of those 🙂 ). Still, surveys shows that most swedes dream of living in a red cottage in the countryside but at the same time surveys show that lots of people are afraid of the wild nature 🙂 🙂 🙂 I guess they have listened to too many myths about how dangerous wolves, bears and badgers are. Bears are dangerous, most of then never comes close to any towns or cities though but one should consider oneself lucky if one get the chance to see a wolf, at least this far south.
It’s time to make something to eat and a pot of tea. I’ll try to calm down Sune and Nova too, soon they break something and I have no wish to start cleaning up their mess 🙂
Have a great day!